PREVIEW: ‘Trouser-wearing characters’ by Rose Collis

Trouser-Wearing Characters by Rose Collis is the first ever musical cabaret show written and performed by a British female author. This original entertainment, written and performed by local Sussex’s favourite Rose Collis, is a unique mixture of music, history and comedy.
Posted On 03 Jul 2017

PREVIEW: First ever ‘Pride Improv Festival’ for London

Zeal, a week-long event will take part in venues across the city from July 1-7, offering a diverse mix of improvised entertainment to celebrate the LGBT+ communities. Featuring improvised games, comedy, theatre, musicals, drag acts, stand-up and cabaret from both queer...

UDERBELLY REVIEW: Liza’s Back (is broken)

Trevor Ashley brings his latest offering Liza’s Back (is broken) to the Spiegeltent at the Uderbelly Festival on the South Bank and what a wonderful treat it is.

PREVIEW: Underbelly Festival, London: Liza’s Back (is broken)

Trevor’s five-star comic tribute to the iconic Liza Minnelli, is playing at the Underbelly Festival for 6 performances only from Tuesday, June 27 to Sunday, July 2. There is no doubt about it; Liza Minnelli is a true Broadway legend. But her appearances on the musical stage have...
Posted On 28 Jun 2017

Stars of stage and screen to celebrate 50 years of Rockinghorse

For one night only, on September 24, Brighton’s Theatre Royal plays host to stars of stage and television for a very special, gala variety performance, in the presence of The Mayor of Brighton and Hove and the High Sheriff of East Sussex.

BRIGHTON FRINGE REVIEW: Bourgeois & Maurice: How to Save the World Without Really Trying @Spiegeltent

By far, one of the best shows I’ve seen in this year’s Fringe is Bourgeois & Maurice: How to Save the World Without Really Trying.

PREVIEW: We’re Still Here!: The JEWish Cabaret

"We're Still Here!" is a tribute to the Queer songwriters of the Jewish community who have transformed and defined music and theatre over the years. This performance aims to raise funds and awareness in aid of the LGBT+ community in Chechnya, who are currently being persecuted...
Posted On 09 Jun 2017

BRIGHTON FRINGE REVIEW: Arr’ we there yet? Head First Acrobats

If you’ve ever seen them then you know what they do, and they’ve adapted their impressive skills to suit both adult evening shows and this fun kids show. Swashbuckling daftness abound with some delightful daft tango’ing with mops as they swabbing the decks, climbing the rigging...
Posted On 05 Jun 2017

BRIGHTON FRINGE REVIEW: La Voix @Brighton Spiegeltent

With new ventures taking La V out there, in the arts festival circuit this was a new move, with some seriously tongue in cheek acknowledgments of the (same) old material. The house was packed full of fans, who knew what they wanted, and weren’t disappointed. With a fan base of...
Posted On 02 Jun 2017